Yes. Jesus was killed on Friday and came back to life on Sunday.Innes said:is it not the celebration of when Jesus died and came back to life?
although they can't tell what day it is, we celebrate it now.
Actually in HS I went to 2 different private schools.. got kicked out from both. So I just ended up at 2 different rival HS.Innes said:
piranha45 said:Why, you loathesome heathens! The pope shall smite thee for such heretical ways
i had a nun for my 3rd grade teacher and after that year i wentInnes said:
and the nun never explained Easter?NIKE said:i had a nun for my 3rd grade teacher and after that year i wentInnes said:
i'm sure she did but i can't remember 10th grade never mind 3rd gradeInnes said:and the nun never explained Easter?NIKE said:i had a nun for my 3rd grade teacher and after that year i wentInnes said:
Did you know in some countries, they re-enact the same ritual that Jesus went through because they believe that it will help and take away their sins??Sir Nathan XXI said:Something I wanted to bring up, think about being crucified................................................
That has to be one of the most agonizing things to go through I could think of
have large nails drove through your 2 hands and feet and having to support your body with those wounds for several days until your finally dehydrate or bleed to death or what not, in the hot sun
what a horrible thing to do to someone, not to mention Jesus
I did not know that, thankspiranha45 said:when crucified, you die of suffocation, long before dehydration can take effect. The pressure of your outstretched body + gravity make it impossible to breath unless you swivel your nailed-in feet upwards. When your feet/leg muscles give out from supporting your body this way (allegedly like within a day), you suffocate.